Remembrance day is coming up – the day we show our appreciation to all those who fought for our freedom in past conflicts. To those brave men and women I salute you and thank you for your sacrifices.
However, it looks like everything you fought and stood for was for not.
It appears our freedoms and national sovereignty are about to disappear.
For many years, our leaders, the media, and education system, directed by a cabal of elitists have been working hard to bring about their idea of a world government.
Not once did they discuss it with you or ask your opinion.
A coup is in progress. Even today very few notice it’s happening. To bad.
Once again I wish to offer a heart felt thank you to the vets.
You won the wars, but it looks like we are going to lose our country and freedoms anyway.
We never saw the real enemy.
I AM CANADIAN
I’m not a Global
PM to urge global finance reform
Mr Brown wants Britain, the US and Europe to take the lead
Gordon Brown will use a keynote foreign policy speech later to argue the global financial crisis has given world leaders a major opportunity for change.
The PM, in his annual speech at the Lord Mayor’s Banquet in London, is expected to call for the rebuilding of the international financial system.
He will urge countries to forge a new way of working together that is “hard headed and progressive”.
His speech will also be watched for any suggestions of possible UK tax cuts.
‘Seize the moment’
Mr Brown’s comments in recent days about the need for a fiscal stimulus to boost the domestic economy have given rise to mounting speculation about possible moves in that direction.
Ahead of a meeting of leaders of the world’s 20 major economies in the US at the weekend, Mr Brown is expected to say that recent co-ordinated global action during the credit crisis showed the potential of a stronger multilateralism.
If we learn from our experience of turning unity of purpose into unity of action, we can together seize this moment of change in our world to create a truly global society
He will argue that 2008 should not be remembered just for the failure represented by the financial problems, but for the way countries reacted and “discovered and refashioned the global power of nations working together”.
“While I see a world that is facing financial crisis and still diminished by conflict and injustice, I also see the chance to forge a new multilateralism that is both hard headed and progressive.
“And if we learn from our experience of turning unity of purpose into unity of action, we can together seize this moment of change in our world to create a truly global society,” Mr Brown will say, according to pre-released extracts of his speech.
The UK, the US and Europe are key to establishing a new world order, he will argue.